Arizona Tribal Transportation


Contact Information for ADOT Tribal Liaisons and Coordinators

To assist with tribal consultation and coordination efforts, certain ADOT divisions, sections, groups and offices have designated personnel to work directly with tribal officials and staff on a regular basis. Contact information for ADOT tribal Liaisons and Coordinators are provided below.



ADOT Multimodal Planning Division (MPD)

ADOT MPD Tribal Planners, who also work as ADOT department-wide tribal liaisons, provide planning support and inter-governmental coordination for ADOT's statewide and regional planning projects and programs as they impact tribal governments and communities. Special emphasis is placed on conducting coordination efforts to improve tribal participation in the statewide transportation planning and programming processes.

ADOT Infrastructure Delivery and Operations Division (IDO) Right-of-Way Group

The ADOT Right of Way tribal Liaison works with tribal partnership steering committees plus associated task teams to address tribal transportation issues. As a Right of Way project manager, this person reviews project documents and plans and oversees acquisition of parcels needed by ADOT for highways throughout the State.

ADOT Environmental Planning (EP)

The technical Section Manager works with the Historic Preservation team within the NEPA process. There is no one individual responsible for all tribal consultation; however, the Historic Preservation Coordinators are responsible for ensuring that all necessary Section 106-related tribal consultations take place and that the tribal consultation process is in full federal and state compliance.

ADOT Government Relations and Policy Development Office

The ADOT Government Relations and Policy Development Office provides a proactive and effective process through which ADOT communicates with and serves the state legislature, elected officials and the people of Arizona. Governmental Relations assists with tribal related issues involving ADOT.

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